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Doctor Strange, Arrival Review, and an ending to our baby story
Nerd Nuptial is back and we have an hour long episode this week where we discuss the home video releases of Marvel's Doctor Strange and Paramount's Arrival.
Watching these two movies came after trying to arrive at a new normal with the birth of Ripley. We open the show with an ending to our baby story and how we are adjusting to being new nerd parents.
Star Wars Commentary.
20 years ago, George Lucas brought *Star Wars* back to theatres. This was no simple anniversary release, though, as it had “a few new surprises.”
Celebrate this special (edition) anniversary with Jedi Masters John Mills and Matthew Rushing for an exclusive audio commentary track to accompany you on your journey back to that galaxy far, far away.
Then complete your trip after the movie with Mike Schindler and John on “Great Shot, Kid!,” (http://www.thenerdparty.com/greatshotkid) in a special episode recounting their experiences with the special editions for the first time....
Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
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A roundtable review of Trainspotting 2
“Hello Mark, so what have you been up to for 20 years."
No movie has been more eagerly anticipated in Scotland ever than 'T2: Trainspotting' and finally it's here! Lee Hutchison is joined by Karlie and Ross for a roundtable discussion in the city synonymous with the movie, Edinburgh.
The trio discuss their first experiences of watching the classic original movie, their expectations for T2: Trainspotting, Begbie, Renton, Spud and Sick Boy and other returning and new characters, the soundtrack and Edinburgh on screen.
Warning: Unsurprsingly contains some colourful language that can be expected when three folk from Scotland come together.
On this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, remembrance of Al Jarreau leads to a discussion of artistic integrity vs. commercial success, and a discussion of the television “bubble” leads to a discussion of what the proliferation of quality episodic entertainment means for movies. In between, Dean and Phil will discuss such films as Cemetery of Splendour, Inferno, Passengers and Split as well as forthcoming remakes and adaptations of such classics as Network, Out of Africa, Bullitt, Every Which Way But Loose, as well as the impressive new career arc Keanu Reeves is carving out for himself.
Join us as we discuss The Walking Dead season five episode three entitled “Four Walls and a Roof”, episode four entitled “Slabtown”, and episode five entitled “Self Help”. Follow us on Twitter @SistahSpeakCast @_SistahJ @_SistahK! Love the podcast? Tweet and let others know! Get your Sistah Speak Apparel now at the Sistah Speak Shop! Email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave […]
It's that time of year again - no, not tax time - time for all the know-it-alls in your office to put together an Oscar pool. And here's your chance to steal your co-workers' lunch money because Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy, Bill Bregoli and guest Perri Nemiroff of "Collider" go head to head and reveal their picks for the golden statuette. Is "La La Land" a lock? Maybe not, and there are possible uspets in several categories. We tell you who we thinnk will win and who should really win. It's not always the same. But it's always fun and it beats renting a tux so listen in!
The January edition of Cinema in Noir, Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest in Hollywood. In this edition, we will discuss the New Edition film that premiered this week. We will also discuss the buzz coming from the 2017 Sundance Film Festival as well as the 2017 Oscar nominations.
Brian De Palma's contribution to the formation of Star Wars' opening crawl is well-documented, but probably more influential is the contribution of his long-time editor, Paul Hirsch. Mike and John continue their exploration of the editors of the original Star Wars with a look at Hirsch through the lens of "Sisters" and what it reveals about an editor adept at creating a sense of pacing, place, and urgency.
In todays episode of the Powerful Nerdcast we get hyped for the next big arc in Dragon Ball Super and Resident Evil 7 will scare you silly!
On the latest episode of Conversations, we sit down with British filmmaker, Amma Assante. a screenwriter, film director, and former actress, whose debuted with the 2004 film, A Way of Life. She followed that film up with the period-drama, Belle in 2013. Assante’s latest film, A United Kingdom tells the story of the true-life romance between Sir Seretse Khama and his wife Ruth Williams Khama. David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike portray Seretse and Ruth, respectively. We'll talk about her latest film and a whole lot more on episode 58 of Conversations.
The Gruemsome Twosome Noah & Jonesy discuss the story of a man who just felt like running in his magic shoes that could - and did - take him anywhere: Forrest Gump!
In this podcast, the guys discuss what made Forrest so special, recurring themes, and what Jenny died of (spoiler alert: not AIDS).
Next time: Shrek
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